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Details for run #2333 (err)

redis-unstable-valgrind (2bf8c2c)

Tue Oct 10 11:06:38 CEST 2017

Error in: tclsh8.5 tests/test_helper.tcl --valgrind --clients 1

@!/usr/bin/killall -9 memcheck-amd64-

memcheck-amd64: no process found
child process exited abnormally

@cd /ssd/ci/redis

Working dir is now '/ssd/ci/redis'

@git reset --hard

HEAD is now at b2ab1e0 Remove Lua state reference from buffers in lua_cmsgpack.

@git checkout unstable

Switched to branch 'unstable'
Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/unstable'.

@git pull origin unstable

From git://github.com/antirez/redis
 * branch            unstable   -> FETCH_HEAD
Already up-to-date.

@make distclean

cd src && make distclean
make[1]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/src'
rm -rf redis-server redis-sentinel redis-cli redis-benchmark redis-check-rdb redis-check-aof *.o *.gcda *.gcno *.gcov redis.info lcov-html Makefile.dep dict-benchmark
(cd ../deps && make distclean)
make[2]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps'
(cd hiredis && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd linenoise && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd lua && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd jemalloc && [ -f Makefile ] && make distclean) > /dev/null || true
(rm -f .make-*)
make[2]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps'
(rm -f .make-*)
make[1]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/src'

@make OPTIMIZATION=-O0 MALLOC=libc

cd src && make all
make[1]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/src'
    CC Makefile.dep
rm -rf redis-server redis-sentinel redis-cli redis-benchmark redis-check-rdb redis-check-aof *.o *.gcda *.gcno *.gcov redis.info lcov-html Makefile.dep dict-benchmark
(cd ../deps && make distclean)
make[2]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps'
(cd hiredis && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd linenoise && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd lua && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd jemalloc && [ -f Makefile ] && make distclean) > /dev/null || true
(rm -f .make-*)
make[2]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps'
(rm -f .make-*)
echo STD=-std=c99 -pedantic -DREDIS_STATIC='' >> .make-settings
echo WARN=-Wall -W -Wno-missing-field-initializers >> .make-settings
echo OPT=-O0 >> .make-settings
echo MALLOC=libc >> .make-settings
echo CFLAGS= >> .make-settings
echo LDFLAGS= >> .make-settings
echo REDIS_CFLAGS= >> .make-settings
echo REDIS_LDFLAGS= >> .make-settings
echo PREV_FINAL_CFLAGS=-std=c99 -pedantic -DREDIS_STATIC='' -Wall -W -Wno-missing-field-initializers -O0 -g -ggdb   -I../deps/hiredis -I../deps/linenoise -I../deps/lua/src >> .make-settings
echo PREV_FINAL_LDFLAGS=  -g -ggdb -rdynamic >> .make-settings
(cd ../deps && make hiredis linenoise lua)
make[2]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps'
(cd hiredis && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd linenoise && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd lua && make clean) > /dev/null || true
(cd jemalloc && [ -f Makefile ] && make distclean) > /dev/null || true
(rm -f .make-*)
(echo "" > .make-cflags)
(echo "" > .make-ldflags)
MAKE hiredis
cd hiredis && make static
make[3]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps/hiredis'
cc -std=c99 -pedantic -c -O0 -fPIC  -Wall -W -Wstrict-prototypes -Wwrite-strings -g -ggdb  net.c
cc -std=c99 -pedantic -c -O0 -fPIC  -Wall -W -Wstrict-prototypes -Wwrite-strings -g -ggdb  hiredis.c
cc -std=c99 -pedantic -c -O0 -fPIC  -Wall -W -Wstrict-prototypes -Wwrite-strings -g -ggdb  sds.c
cc -std=c99 -pedantic -c -O0 -fPIC  -Wall -W -Wstrict-prototypes -Wwrite-strings -g -ggdb  async.c
cc -std=c99 -pedantic -c -O0 -fPIC  -Wall -W -Wstrict-prototypes -Wwrite-strings -g -ggdb  read.c
ar rcs libhiredis.a net.o hiredis.o sds.o async.o read.o
make[3]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps/hiredis'
MAKE linenoise
cd linenoise && make
make[3]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps/linenoise'
cc  -Wall -Os -g  -c linenoise.c
make[3]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps/linenoise'
MAKE lua
cd lua/src && make all CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC='' " MYLDFLAGS="" AR="ar rcu"
make[3]: Entering directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps/lua/src'
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lapi.o lapi.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lcode.o lcode.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ldebug.o ldebug.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ldo.o ldo.c
ldo.c: In function ‘f_parser’:
ldo.c:496:7: warning: unused variable ‘c’ [-Wunused-variable]
   int c = luaZ_lookahead(p->z);
       ^
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ldump.o ldump.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lfunc.o lfunc.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lgc.o lgc.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o llex.o llex.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lmem.o lmem.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lobject.o lobject.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lopcodes.o lopcodes.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lparser.o lparser.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lstate.o lstate.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lstring.o lstring.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ltable.o ltable.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ltm.o ltm.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lundump.o lundump.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lvm.o lvm.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lzio.o lzio.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o strbuf.o strbuf.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o fpconv.o fpconv.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lauxlib.o lauxlib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lbaselib.o lbaselib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ldblib.o ldblib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o liolib.o liolib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lmathlib.o lmathlib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o loslib.o loslib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o ltablib.o ltablib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lstrlib.o lstrlib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o loadlib.o loadlib.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o linit.o linit.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lua_cjson.o lua_cjson.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lua_struct.o lua_struct.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lua_cmsgpack.o lua_cmsgpack.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lua_bit.o lua_bit.c
ar rcu liblua.a lapi.o lcode.o ldebug.o ldo.o ldump.o lfunc.o lgc.o llex.o lmem.o lobject.o lopcodes.o lparser.o lstate.o lstring.o ltable.o ltm.o lundump.o lvm.o lzio.o strbuf.o fpconv.o lauxlib.o lbaselib.o ldblib.o liolib.o lmathlib.o loslib.o ltablib.o lstrlib.o loadlib.o linit.o lua_cjson.o lua_struct.o lua_cmsgpack.o lua_bit.o	# DLL needs all object files
ar: `u' modifier ignored since `D' is the default (see `U')
ranlib liblua.a
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o lua.o lua.c
cc -o lua  lua.o liblua.a -lm 
liblua.a(loslib.o): In function `os_tmpname':
loslib.c:(.text+0x28c): warning: the use of `tmpnam' is dangerous, better use `mkstemp'
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o luac.o luac.c
cc -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC=''    -c -o print.o print.c
cc -o luac  luac.o print.o liblua.a -lm 
make[3]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps/lua/src'
make[2]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/deps'
    CC adlist.o
    CC quicklist.o
    CC ae.o
    CC anet.o
    CC dict.o
    CC server.o
    CC sds.o
    CC zmalloc.o
    CC lzf_c.o
    CC lzf_d.o
    CC pqsort.o
    CC zipmap.o
    CC sha1.o
    CC ziplist.o
    CC release.o
    CC networking.o
    CC util.o
    CC object.o
    CC db.o
    CC replication.o
    CC rdb.o
    CC t_string.o
    CC t_list.o
    CC t_set.o
    CC t_zset.o
    CC t_hash.o
    CC config.o
    CC aof.o
    CC pubsub.o
    CC multi.o
    CC debug.o
    CC sort.o
    CC intset.o
    CC syncio.o
    CC cluster.o
    CC crc16.o
    CC endianconv.o
    CC slowlog.o
    CC scripting.o
    CC bio.o
    CC rio.o
    CC rand.o
    CC memtest.o
    CC crc64.o
    CC bitops.o
    CC sentinel.o
    CC notify.o
    CC setproctitle.o
    CC blocked.o
    CC hyperloglog.o
    CC latency.o
    CC sparkline.o
    CC redis-check-rdb.o
    CC redis-check-aof.o
    CC geo.o
    CC lazyfree.o
    CC module.o
    CC evict.o
    CC expire.o
    CC geohash.o
    CC geohash_helper.o
    CC childinfo.o
    CC defrag.o
    CC siphash.o
    CC rax.o
    LINK redis-server
    INSTALL redis-sentinel
    CC redis-cli.o
    LINK redis-cli
    CC redis-benchmark.o
    LINK redis-benchmark
    INSTALL redis-check-rdb
    INSTALL redis-check-aof

Hint: It's a good idea to run 'make test' ;)

make[1]: Leaving directory '/ssd/ci/redis/src'

@tclsh8.5 tests/test_helper.tcl --valgrind --clients 1


Cleanup: may take some time... OK
Starting test server at port 11111
[ready]: 11423
Testing unit/printver
Testing Redis version 999.999.999 (2bf8c2c1)
[1/46 done]: unit/printver (2 seconds)
Testing unit/dump
[ok]: DUMP / RESTORE are able to serialize / unserialize a simple key
[ok]: RESTORE can set an arbitrary expire to the materialized key
[ok]: RESTORE can set an expire that overflows a 32 bit integer
[ok]: RESTORE returns an error of the key already exists
[ok]: RESTORE can overwrite an existing key with REPLACE
[ok]: RESTORE can detect a syntax error for unrecongized options
[ok]: DUMP of non existing key returns nil
[ok]: MIGRATE is caching connections
[ok]: MIGRATE cached connections are released after some time
[ok]: MIGRATE is able to migrate a key between two instances
[ok]: MIGRATE is able to copy a key between two instances
[ok]: MIGRATE will not overwrite existing keys, unless REPLACE is used
[ok]: MIGRATE propagates TTL correctly
[ok]: MIGRATE can correctly transfer large values
[ok]: MIGRATE can correctly transfer hashes
[ok]: MIGRATE timeout actually works
[ok]: MIGRATE can migrate multiple keys at once
[ok]: MIGRATE with multiple keys must have empty key arg
[ok]: MIGRATE with mutliple keys migrate just existing ones
[ok]: MIGRATE with multiple keys: stress command rewriting
[ok]: MIGRATE with multiple keys: delete just ack keys
[2/46 done]: unit/dump (132 seconds)
Testing unit/auth
[ok]: AUTH fails if there is no password configured server side
[ok]: AUTH fails when a wrong password is given
[ok]: Arbitrary command gives an error when AUTH is required
[ok]: AUTH succeeds when the right password is given
[ok]: Once AUTH succeeded we can actually send commands to the server
[3/46 done]: unit/auth (5 seconds)
Testing unit/protocol
[ok]: Handle an empty query
[ok]: Negative multibulk length
[ok]: Out of range multibulk length
[ok]: Wrong multibulk payload header
[ok]: Negative multibulk payload length
[ok]: Out of range multibulk payload length
[ok]: Non-number multibulk payload length
[ok]: Multi bulk request not followed by bulk arguments
[ok]: Generic wrong number of args
[ok]: Unbalanced number of quotes
[ok]: Protocol desync regression test #1
[ok]: Protocol desync regression test #2
[ok]: Protocol desync regression test #3
[ok]: Regression for a crash with blocking ops and pipelining
[4/46 done]: unit/protocol (5 seconds)
Testing unit/keyspace
[ok]: DEL against a single item
[ok]: Vararg DEL
[ok]: KEYS with pattern
[ok]: KEYS to get all keys
[ok]: DBSIZE
[ok]: DEL all keys
[ok]: DEL against expired key
[ok]: EXISTS
[ok]: Zero length value in key. SET/GET/EXISTS
[ok]: Commands pipelining
[ok]: Non existing command
[ok]: RENAME basic usage
[ok]: RENAME source key should no longer exist
[ok]: RENAME against already existing key
[ok]: RENAMENX basic usage
[ok]: RENAMENX against already existing key
[ok]: RENAMENX against already existing key (2)
[ok]: RENAME against non existing source key
[ok]: RENAME where source and dest key are the same (existing)
[ok]: RENAMENX where source and dest key are the same (existing)
[ok]: RENAME where source and dest key are the same (non existing)
[ok]: RENAME with volatile key, should move the TTL as well
[ok]: RENAME with volatile key, should not inherit TTL of target key
[ok]: DEL all keys again (DB 0)
[ok]: DEL all keys again (DB 1)
[ok]: MOVE basic usage
[ok]: MOVE against key existing in the target DB
[ok]: MOVE against non-integer DB (#1428)
[ok]: MOVE can move key expire metadata as well
[ok]: MOVE does not create an expire if it does not exist
[ok]: SET/GET keys in different DBs
[ok]: RANDOMKEY
[ok]: RANDOMKEY against empty DB
[ok]: RANDOMKEY regression 1
[ok]: KEYS * two times with long key, Github issue #1208
[5/46 done]: unit/keyspace (4 seconds)
Testing unit/scan
[ok]: SCAN basic
[ok]: SCAN COUNT
[ok]: SCAN MATCH
[ok]: SSCAN with encoding intset
[ok]: SSCAN with encoding hashtable
[ok]: HSCAN with encoding ziplist
[ok]: HSCAN with encoding hashtable
[ok]: ZSCAN with encoding ziplist
[ok]: ZSCAN with encoding skiplist
[ok]: SCAN guarantees check under write load
[ok]: SSCAN with integer encoded object (issue #1345)
[ok]: SSCAN with PATTERN
[ok]: HSCAN with PATTERN
[ok]: ZSCAN with PATTERN
[ok]: ZSCAN scores: regression test for issue #2175
[6/46 done]: unit/scan (5 seconds)
Testing unit/type/string
[ok]: SET and GET an item
[ok]: SET and GET an empty item
[ok]: Very big payload in GET/SET
[ok]: Very big payload random access
[ok]: SET 10000 numeric keys and access all them in reverse order
[ok]: DBSIZE should be 10000 now
[ok]: SETNX target key missing
[ok]: SETNX target key exists
[ok]: SETNX against not-expired volatile key
[ok]: SETNX against expired volatile key
[ok]: MGET
[ok]: MGET against non existing key
[ok]: MGET against non-string key
[ok]: GETSET (set new value)
[ok]: GETSET (replace old value)
[ok]: MSET base case
[ok]: MSET wrong number of args
[ok]: MSETNX with already existent key
[ok]: MSETNX with not existing keys
[ok]: STRLEN against non-existing key
[ok]: STRLEN against integer-encoded value
[ok]: STRLEN against plain string
[ok]: SETBIT against non-existing key
[ok]: SETBIT against string-encoded key
[ok]: SETBIT against integer-encoded key
[ok]: SETBIT against key with wrong type
[ok]: SETBIT with out of range bit offset
[ok]: SETBIT with non-bit argument
[ok]: SETBIT fuzzing
[ok]: GETBIT against non-existing key
[ok]: GETBIT against string-encoded key
[ok]: GETBIT against integer-encoded key
[ok]: SETRANGE against non-existing key
[ok]: SETRANGE against string-encoded key
[ok]: SETRANGE against integer-encoded key
[ok]: SETRANGE against key with wrong type
[ok]: SETRANGE with out of range offset
[ok]: GETRANGE against non-existing key
[ok]: GETRANGE against string value
[ok]: GETRANGE against integer-encoded value
[ok]: GETRANGE fuzzing
[ok]: Extended SET can detect syntax errors
[ok]: Extended SET NX option
[ok]: Extended SET XX option
[ok]: Extended SET EX option
[ok]: Extended SET PX option
[ok]: Extended SET using multiple options at once
[ok]: GETRANGE with huge ranges, Github issue #1844
[7/46 done]: unit/type/string (30 seconds)
Testing unit/type/incr
[ok]: INCR against non existing key
[ok]: INCR against key created by incr itself
[ok]: INCR against key originally set with SET
[ok]: INCR over 32bit value
[ok]: INCRBY over 32bit value with over 32bit increment
[ok]: INCR fails against key with spaces (left)
[ok]: INCR fails against key with spaces (right)
[ok]: INCR fails against key with spaces (both)
[ok]: INCR fails against a key holding a list
[ok]: DECRBY over 32bit value with over 32bit increment, negative res
[ok]: INCR uses shared objects in the 0-9999 range
[ok]: INCR can modify objects in-place
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT against non existing key
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT against key originally set with SET
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT over 32bit value
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT over 32bit value with over 32bit increment
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT fails against key with spaces (left)
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT fails against key with spaces (right)
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT fails against key with spaces (both)
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT fails against a key holding a list
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT does not allow NaN or Infinity
[ok]: INCRBYFLOAT decrement
[8/46 done]: unit/type/incr (3 seconds)
Testing unit/type/list
[ok]: LPUSH, RPUSH, LLENGTH, LINDEX, LPOP - ziplist
[ok]: LPUSH, RPUSH, LLENGTH, LINDEX, LPOP - regular list
[ok]: R/LPOP against empty list
[ok]: Variadic RPUSH/LPUSH
[ok]: DEL a list
[ok]: BLPOP, BRPOP: single existing list - linkedlist
[ok]: BLPOP, BRPOP: multiple existing lists - linkedlist
[ok]: BLPOP, BRPOP: second list has an entry - linkedlist
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH - linkedlist
[ok]: BLPOP, BRPOP: single existing list - ziplist
[ok]: BLPOP, BRPOP: multiple existing lists - ziplist
[ok]: BLPOP, BRPOP: second list has an entry - ziplist
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH - ziplist
[ok]: BLPOP, LPUSH + DEL should not awake blocked client
[ok]: BLPOP, LPUSH + DEL + SET should not awake blocked client
[ok]: BLPOP with same key multiple times should work (issue #801)
[ok]: MULTI/EXEC is isolated from the point of view of BLPOP
[ok]: BLPOP with variadic LPUSH
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH with zero timeout should block indefinitely
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH with a client BLPOPing the target list
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH with wrong source type
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH with wrong destination type
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH maintains order of elements after failure
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH with multiple blocked clients
[ok]: Linked BRPOPLPUSH
[ok]: Circular BRPOPLPUSH
[ok]: Self-referential BRPOPLPUSH
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH inside a transaction
[ok]: PUSH resulting from BRPOPLPUSH affect WATCH
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH does not affect WATCH while still blocked
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH timeout
[ok]: BLPOP when new key is moved into place
[ok]: BLPOP when result key is created by SORT..STORE
[ok]: BLPOP: with single empty list argument
[ok]: BLPOP: with negative timeout
[ok]: BLPOP: with non-integer timeout
[ok]: BLPOP: with zero timeout should block indefinitely
[ok]: BLPOP: second argument is not a list
[ok]: BLPOP: timeout
[ok]: BLPOP: arguments are empty
[ok]: BRPOP: with single empty list argument
[ok]: BRPOP: with negative timeout
[ok]: BRPOP: with non-integer timeout
[ok]: BRPOP: with zero timeout should block indefinitely
[ok]: BRPOP: second argument is not a list
[ok]: BRPOP: timeout
[ok]: BRPOP: arguments are empty
[ok]: BLPOP inside a transaction
[ok]: LPUSHX, RPUSHX - generic
[ok]: LPUSHX, RPUSHX - linkedlist
[ok]: LINSERT - linkedlist
[ok]: LPUSHX, RPUSHX - ziplist
[ok]: LINSERT - ziplist
[ok]: LINSERT raise error on bad syntax
[ok]: LINDEX consistency test - quicklist
[ok]: LINDEX random access - quicklist
[ok]: Check if list is still ok after a DEBUG RELOAD - quicklist
[ok]: LINDEX consistency test - quicklist
[ok]: LINDEX random access - quicklist
[ok]: Check if list is still ok after a DEBUG RELOAD - quicklist
[ok]: LLEN against non-list value error
[ok]: LLEN against non existing key
[ok]: LINDEX against non-list value error
[ok]: LINDEX against non existing key
[ok]: LPUSH against non-list value error
[ok]: RPUSH against non-list value error
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH base case - linkedlist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH with the same list as src and dst - linkedlist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH with linkedlist source and existing target linkedlist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH with linkedlist source and existing target ziplist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH base case - ziplist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH with the same list as src and dst - ziplist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH with ziplist source and existing target linkedlist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH with ziplist source and existing target ziplist
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH against non existing key
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH against non list src key
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH against non list dst key
[ok]: RPOPLPUSH against non existing src key
[ok]: Basic LPOP/RPOP - linkedlist
[ok]: Basic LPOP/RPOP - ziplist
[ok]: LPOP/RPOP against non list value
[ok]: Mass RPOP/LPOP - quicklist
[ok]: Mass RPOP/LPOP - quicklist
[ok]: LRANGE basics - linkedlist
[ok]: LRANGE inverted indexes - linkedlist
[ok]: LRANGE out of range indexes including the full list - linkedlist
[ok]: LRANGE out of range negative end index - linkedlist
[ok]: LRANGE basics - ziplist
[ok]: LRANGE inverted indexes - ziplist
[ok]: LRANGE out of range indexes including the full list - ziplist
[ok]: LRANGE out of range negative end index - ziplist
[ok]: LRANGE against non existing key
[ok]: LTRIM basics - linkedlist
[ok]: LTRIM out of range negative end index - linkedlist
[ok]: LTRIM basics - ziplist
[ok]: LTRIM out of range negative end index - ziplist
[ok]: LSET - linkedlist
[ok]: LSET out of range index - linkedlist
[ok]: LSET - ziplist
[ok]: LSET out of range index - ziplist
[ok]: LSET against non existing key
[ok]: LSET against non list value
[ok]: LREM remove all the occurrences - linkedlist
[ok]: LREM remove the first occurrence - linkedlist
[ok]: LREM remove non existing element - linkedlist
[ok]: LREM starting from tail with negative count - linkedlist
[ok]: LREM starting from tail with negative count (2) - linkedlist
[ok]: LREM deleting objects that may be int encoded - linkedlist
[ok]: LREM remove all the occurrences - ziplist
[ok]: LREM remove the first occurrence - ziplist
[ok]: LREM remove non existing element - ziplist
[ok]: LREM starting from tail with negative count - ziplist
[ok]: LREM starting from tail with negative count (2) - ziplist
[ok]: LREM deleting objects that may be int encoded - ziplist
[ok]: Regression for bug 593 - chaining BRPOPLPUSH with other blocking cmds
[9/46 done]: unit/type/list (19 seconds)
Testing unit/type/list-2
[ok]: LTRIM stress testing - linkedlist
[ok]: LTRIM stress testing - ziplist
[10/46 done]: unit/type/list-2 (83 seconds)
Testing unit/type/list-3
[ok]: Explicit regression for a list bug
[ok]: Regression for quicklist #3343 bug
[ok]: Stress tester for #3343-alike bugs
[ok]: ziplist implementation: value encoding and backlink
[ok]: ziplist implementation: encoding stress testing
[11/46 done]: unit/type/list-3 (135 seconds)
Testing unit/type/set
[ok]: SADD, SCARD, SISMEMBER, SMEMBERS basics - regular set
[ok]: SADD, SCARD, SISMEMBER, SMEMBERS basics - intset
[ok]: SADD against non set
[ok]: SADD a non-integer against an intset
[ok]: SADD an integer larger than 64 bits
[ok]: SADD overflows the maximum allowed integers in an intset
[ok]: Variadic SADD
[ok]: Set encoding after DEBUG RELOAD
[ok]: SREM basics - regular set
[ok]: SREM basics - intset
[ok]: SREM with multiple arguments
[ok]: SREM variadic version with more args needed to destroy the key
[ok]: Generated sets must be encoded as hashtable
[ok]: SINTER with two sets - hashtable
[ok]: SINTERSTORE with two sets - hashtable
[ok]: SINTERSTORE with two sets, after a DEBUG RELOAD - hashtable
[ok]: SUNION with two sets - hashtable
[ok]: SUNIONSTORE with two sets - hashtable
[ok]: SINTER against three sets - hashtable
[ok]: SINTERSTORE with three sets - hashtable
[ok]: SUNION with non existing keys - hashtable
[ok]: SDIFF with two sets - hashtable
[ok]: SDIFF with three sets - hashtable
[ok]: SDIFFSTORE with three sets - hashtable
[ok]: Generated sets must be encoded as intset
[ok]: SINTER with two sets - intset
[ok]: SINTERSTORE with two sets - intset
[ok]: SINTERSTORE with two sets, after a DEBUG RELOAD - intset
[ok]: SUNION with two sets - intset
[ok]: SUNIONSTORE with two sets - intset
[ok]: SINTER against three sets - intset
[ok]: SINTERSTORE with three sets - intset
[ok]: SUNION with non existing keys - intset
[ok]: SDIFF with two sets - intset
[ok]: SDIFF with three sets - intset
[ok]: SDIFFSTORE with three sets - intset
[ok]: SDIFF with first set empty
[ok]: SDIFF with same set two times
[ok]: SDIFF fuzzing
[ok]: SINTER against non-set should throw error
[ok]: SUNION against non-set should throw error
[ok]: SINTER should handle non existing key as empty
[ok]: SINTER with same integer elements but different encoding
[ok]: SINTERSTORE against non existing keys should delete dstkey
[ok]: SUNIONSTORE against non existing keys should delete dstkey
[ok]: SPOP basics - hashtable
[ok]: SPOP with =1 - hashtable
[ok]: SRANDMEMBER - hashtable
[ok]: SPOP basics - intset
[ok]: SPOP with =1 - intset
[ok]: SRANDMEMBER - intset
[ok]: SPOP with 
[ok]: SPOP with 
[ok]: SPOP using integers, testing Knuth's and Floyd's algorithm
[ok]: SPOP using integers with Knuth's algorithm
[ok]: SPOP new implementation: code path #1
[ok]: SPOP new implementation: code path #2
[ok]: SPOP new implementation: code path #3
[ok]: SRANDMEMBER with  against non existing key
[ok]: SRANDMEMBER with  - hashtable
[ok]: SRANDMEMBER with  - intset
[ok]: SMOVE basics - from regular set to intset
[ok]: SMOVE basics - from intset to regular set
[ok]: SMOVE non existing key
[ok]: SMOVE non existing src set
[ok]: SMOVE from regular set to non existing destination set
[ok]: SMOVE from intset to non existing destination set
[ok]: SMOVE wrong src key type
[ok]: SMOVE wrong dst key type
[ok]: SMOVE with identical source and destination
[ok]: intsets implementation stress testing
[12/46 done]: unit/type/set (38 seconds)
Testing unit/type/zset
[ok]: Check encoding - ziplist
[ok]: ZSET basic ZADD and score update - ziplist
[ok]: ZSET element can't be set to NaN with ZADD - ziplist
[ok]: ZSET element can't be set to NaN with ZINCRBY
[ok]: ZADD with options syntax error with incomplete pair
[ok]: ZADD XX option without key - ziplist
[ok]: ZADD XX existing key - ziplist
[ok]: ZADD XX returns the number of elements actually added
[ok]: ZADD XX updates existing elements score
[ok]: ZADD XX and NX are not compatible
[ok]: ZADD NX with non exisitng key
[ok]: ZADD NX only add new elements without updating old ones
[ok]: ZADD INCR works like ZINCRBY
[ok]: ZADD INCR works with a single score-elemenet pair
[ok]: ZADD CH option changes return value to all changed elements
[ok]: ZINCRBY calls leading to NaN result in error
[ok]: ZADD - Variadic version base case
[ok]: ZADD - Return value is the number of actually added items
[ok]: ZADD - Variadic version does not add nothing on single parsing err
[ok]: ZADD - Variadic version will raise error on missing arg
[ok]: ZINCRBY does not work variadic even if shares ZADD implementation
[ok]: ZCARD basics - ziplist
[ok]: ZREM removes key after last element is removed
[ok]: ZREM variadic version
[ok]: ZREM variadic version -- remove elements after key deletion
[ok]: ZRANGE basics - ziplist
[ok]: ZREVRANGE basics - ziplist
[ok]: ZRANK/ZREVRANK basics - ziplist
[ok]: ZRANK - after deletion - ziplist
[ok]: ZINCRBY - can create a new sorted set - ziplist
[ok]: ZINCRBY - increment and decrement - ziplist
[ok]: ZINCRBY return value
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE/ZREVRANGEBYSCORE/ZCOUNT basics
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with WITHSCORES
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with LIMIT
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with LIMIT and WITHSCORES
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with non-value min or max
[ok]: ZRANGEBYLEX/ZREVRANGEBYLEX/ZCOUNT basics
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSLEX with LIMIT
[ok]: ZRANGEBYLEX with invalid lex range specifiers
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYSCORE basics
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYSCORE with non-value min or max
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYRANK basics
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE against non-existing key doesn't set destination - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with empty set - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE basics - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with weights - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with a regular set and weights - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with AGGREGATE MIN - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with AGGREGATE MAX - ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE basics - ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with weights - ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with a regular set and weights - ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with AGGREGATE MIN - ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with AGGREGATE MAX - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with +inf/-inf scores - ziplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with NaN weights ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with +inf/-inf scores - ziplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with NaN weights ziplist
[ok]: Check encoding - skiplist
[ok]: ZSET basic ZADD and score update - skiplist
[ok]: ZSET element can't be set to NaN with ZADD - skiplist
[ok]: ZSET element can't be set to NaN with ZINCRBY
[ok]: ZADD with options syntax error with incomplete pair
[ok]: ZADD XX option without key - skiplist
[ok]: ZADD XX existing key - skiplist
[ok]: ZADD XX returns the number of elements actually added
[ok]: ZADD XX updates existing elements score
[ok]: ZADD XX and NX are not compatible
[ok]: ZADD NX with non exisitng key
[ok]: ZADD NX only add new elements without updating old ones
[ok]: ZADD INCR works like ZINCRBY
[ok]: ZADD INCR works with a single score-elemenet pair
[ok]: ZADD CH option changes return value to all changed elements
[ok]: ZINCRBY calls leading to NaN result in error
[ok]: ZADD - Variadic version base case
[ok]: ZADD - Return value is the number of actually added items
[ok]: ZADD - Variadic version does not add nothing on single parsing err
[ok]: ZADD - Variadic version will raise error on missing arg
[ok]: ZINCRBY does not work variadic even if shares ZADD implementation
[ok]: ZCARD basics - skiplist
[ok]: ZREM removes key after last element is removed
[ok]: ZREM variadic version
[ok]: ZREM variadic version -- remove elements after key deletion
[ok]: ZRANGE basics - skiplist
[ok]: ZREVRANGE basics - skiplist
[ok]: ZRANK/ZREVRANK basics - skiplist
[ok]: ZRANK - after deletion - skiplist
[ok]: ZINCRBY - can create a new sorted set - skiplist
[ok]: ZINCRBY - increment and decrement - skiplist
[ok]: ZINCRBY return value
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE/ZREVRANGEBYSCORE/ZCOUNT basics
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with WITHSCORES
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with LIMIT
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with LIMIT and WITHSCORES
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE with non-value min or max
[ok]: ZRANGEBYLEX/ZREVRANGEBYLEX/ZCOUNT basics
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSLEX with LIMIT
[ok]: ZRANGEBYLEX with invalid lex range specifiers
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYSCORE basics
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYSCORE with non-value min or max
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYRANK basics
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE against non-existing key doesn't set destination - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with empty set - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE basics - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with weights - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with a regular set and weights - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with AGGREGATE MIN - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with AGGREGATE MAX - skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE basics - skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with weights - skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with a regular set and weights - skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with AGGREGATE MIN - skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with AGGREGATE MAX - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with +inf/-inf scores - skiplist
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE with NaN weights skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with +inf/-inf scores - skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE with NaN weights skiplist
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE regression with two sets, intset+hashtable
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE regression, should not create NaN in scores
[ok]: ZINTERSTORE #516 regression, mixed sets and ziplist zsets
[ok]: ZUNIONSTORE result is sorted
[ok]: ZSCORE - ziplist
[ok]: ZSCORE after a DEBUG RELOAD - ziplist
[ok]: ZSET sorting stresser - ziplist
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE fuzzy test, 100 ranges in 128 element sorted set - ziplist
[ok]: ZRANGEBYLEX fuzzy test, 100 ranges in 128 element sorted set - ziplist
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYLEX fuzzy test, 100 ranges in 128 element sorted set - ziplist
[ok]: ZSETs skiplist implementation backlink consistency test - ziplist
[ok]: ZSETs ZRANK augmented skip list stress testing - ziplist
[ok]: ZSCORE - skiplist
[ok]: ZSCORE after a DEBUG RELOAD - skiplist
[ok]: ZSET sorting stresser - skiplist
[ok]: ZRANGEBYSCORE fuzzy test, 100 ranges in 100 element sorted set - skiplist
[ok]: ZRANGEBYLEX fuzzy test, 100 ranges in 100 element sorted set - skiplist
[ok]: ZREMRANGEBYLEX fuzzy test, 100 ranges in 100 element sorted set - skiplist
[ok]: ZSETs skiplist implementation backlink consistency test - skiplist
[ok]: ZSETs ZRANK augmented skip list stress testing - skiplist
[13/46 done]: unit/type/zset (75 seconds)
Testing unit/type/hash
[ok]: HSET/HLEN - Small hash creation
[ok]: Is the small hash encoded with a ziplist?
[ok]: HSET/HLEN - Big hash creation
[ok]: Is the big hash encoded with an hash table?
[ok]: HGET against the small hash
[ok]: HGET against the big hash
[ok]: HGET against non existing key
[ok]: HSET in update and insert mode
[ok]: HSETNX target key missing - small hash
[ok]: HSETNX target key exists - small hash
[ok]: HSETNX target key missing - big hash
[ok]: HSETNX target key exists - big hash
[ok]: HMSET wrong number of args
[ok]: HMSET - small hash
[ok]: HMSET - big hash
[ok]: HMGET against non existing key and fields
[ok]: HMGET against wrong type
[ok]: HMGET - small hash
[ok]: HMGET - big hash
[ok]: HKEYS - small hash
[ok]: HKEYS - big hash
[ok]: HVALS - small hash
[ok]: HVALS - big hash
[ok]: HGETALL - small hash
[ok]: HGETALL - big hash
[ok]: HDEL and return value
[ok]: HDEL - more than a single value
[ok]: HDEL - hash becomes empty before deleting all specified fields
[ok]: HEXISTS
[ok]: Is a ziplist encoded Hash promoted on big payload?
[ok]: HINCRBY against non existing database key
[ok]: HINCRBY against non existing hash key
[ok]: HINCRBY against hash key created by hincrby itself
[ok]: HINCRBY against hash key originally set with HSET
[ok]: HINCRBY over 32bit value
[ok]: HINCRBY over 32bit value with over 32bit increment
[ok]: HINCRBY fails against hash value with spaces (left)
[ok]: HINCRBY fails against hash value with spaces (right)
[ok]: HINCRBY can detect overflows
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT against non existing database key
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT against non existing hash key
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT against hash key created by hincrby itself
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT against hash key originally set with HSET
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT over 32bit value
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT over 32bit value with over 32bit increment
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT fails against hash value with spaces (left)
[ok]: HINCRBYFLOAT fails against hash value with spaces (right)
[ok]: HSTRLEN against the small hash
[ok]: HSTRLEN against the big hash
[ok]: HSTRLEN against non existing field
[ok]: HSTRLEN corner cases
[ok]: Hash ziplist regression test for large keys
[ok]: Hash fuzzing #1 - 10 fields
[ok]: Hash fuzzing #2 - 10 fields
[ok]: Hash fuzzing #1 - 512 fields
[ok]: Hash fuzzing #2 - 512 fields
[ok]: Stress test the hash ziplist -> hashtable encoding conversion
[14/46 done]: unit/type/hash (22 seconds)
Testing unit/sort
[ok]: Old Ziplist: SORT BY key
[ok]: Old Ziplist: SORT BY key with limit
[ok]: Old Ziplist: SORT BY hash field
[ok]: Old Linked list: SORT BY key
[ok]: Old Linked list: SORT BY key with limit
[ok]: Old Linked list: SORT BY hash field
[ok]: Old Big Linked list: SORT BY key
[ok]: Old Big Linked list: SORT BY key with limit
[ok]: Old Big Linked list: SORT BY hash field
[ok]: Intset: SORT BY key
[ok]: Intset: SORT BY key with limit
[ok]: Intset: SORT BY hash field
[ok]: Hash table: SORT BY key
[ok]: Hash table: SORT BY key with limit
[ok]: Hash table: SORT BY hash field
[ok]: Big Hash table: SORT BY key
[ok]: Big Hash table: SORT BY key with limit
[ok]: Big Hash table: SORT BY hash field
[ok]: SORT GET #
[ok]: SORT GET 
[ok]: SORT GET (key and hash) with sanity check
[ok]: SORT BY key STORE
[ok]: SORT BY hash field STORE
[ok]: SORT extracts STORE correctly
[ok]: SORT extracts multiple STORE correctly
[ok]: SORT DESC
[ok]: SORT ALPHA against integer encoded strings
[ok]: SORT sorted set
[ok]: SORT sorted set BY nosort should retain ordering
[ok]: SORT sorted set BY nosort + LIMIT
[ok]: SORT sorted set BY nosort works as expected from scripts
[ok]: SORT sorted set: +inf and -inf handling
[ok]: SORT regression for issue #19, sorting floats
[ok]: SORT with STORE returns zero if result is empty (github issue 224)
[ok]: SORT with STORE does not create empty lists (github issue 224)
[ok]: SORT with STORE removes key if result is empty (github issue 227)
[ok]: SORT with BY  and STORE should still order output
[ok]: SORT will complain with numerical sorting and bad doubles (1)
[ok]: SORT will complain with numerical sorting and bad doubles (2)
[ok]: SORT BY sub-sorts lexicographically if score is the same
[ok]: SORT GET with pattern ending with just -> does not get hash field
[ok]: SORT by nosort retains native order for lists
[ok]: SORT by nosort plus store retains native order for lists
[ok]: SORT by nosort with limit returns based on original list order
[ok]: SORT speed, 100 element list BY key, 100 times
[ok]: SORT speed, 100 element list BY hash field, 100 times
[ok]: SORT speed, 100 element list directly, 100 times
[ok]: SORT speed, 100 element list BY , 100 times
[15/46 done]: unit/sort (52 seconds)
Testing unit/expire
[ok]: EXPIRE - set timeouts multiple times
[ok]: EXPIRE - It should be still possible to read 'x'
[ok]: EXPIRE - After 2.1 seconds the key should no longer be here
[ok]: EXPIRE - write on expire should work
[ok]: EXPIREAT - Check for EXPIRE alike behavior
[ok]: SETEX - Set + Expire combo operation. Check for TTL
[ok]: SETEX - Check value
[ok]: SETEX - Overwrite old key
[ok]: SETEX - Wait for the key to expire
[ok]: SETEX - Wrong time parameter
[ok]: PERSIST can undo an EXPIRE
[ok]: PERSIST returns 0 against non existing or non volatile keys
[ok]: EXPIRE pricision is now the millisecond
[ok]: PEXPIRE/PSETEX/PEXPIREAT can set sub-second expires
[ok]: TTL returns tiem to live in seconds
[ok]: PTTL returns time to live in milliseconds
[ok]: TTL / PTTL return -1 if key has no expire
[ok]: TTL / PTTL return -2 if key does not exit
[ok]: Redis should actively expire keys incrementally
[ok]: Redis should lazy expire keys
[ok]: EXPIRE should not resurrect keys (issue #1026)
[ok]: 5 keys in, 5 keys out
[ok]: EXPIRE with empty string as TTL should report an error
[ok]: SET - use EX/PX option, TTL should not be reseted after loadaof
[16/46 done]: unit/expire (17 seconds)
Testing unit/other
[ok]: SAVE - make sure there are all the types as values
[ok]: FUZZ stresser with data model binary
[ok]: FUZZ stresser with data model alpha
[ok]: FUZZ stresser with data model compr
[ok]: BGSAVE
[ok]: SELECT an out of range DB
[ok]: Check consistency of different data types after a reload
[ok]: Same dataset digest if saving/reloading as AOF?
[ok]: EXPIRES after a reload (snapshot + append only file rewrite)
[ok]: EXPIRES after AOF reload (without rewrite)
[ok]: PIPELINING stresser (also a regression for the old epoll bug)
[ok]: APPEND basics
[ok]: APPEND basics, integer encoded values
[ok]: APPEND fuzzing
[ok]: FLUSHDB
[ok]: Perform a final SAVE to leave a clean DB on disk
[17/46 done]: unit/other (139 seconds)
Testing unit/multi
[ok]: MUTLI / EXEC basics
[ok]: DISCARD
[ok]: Nested MULTI are not allowed
[ok]: MULTI where commands alter argc/argv
[ok]: WATCH inside MULTI is not allowed
[ok]: EXEC fails if there are errors while queueing commands #1
[ok]: EXEC fails if there are errors while queueing commands #2
[ok]: If EXEC aborts, the client MULTI state is cleared
[ok]: EXEC works on WATCHed key not modified
[ok]: EXEC fail on WATCHed key modified (1 key of 1 watched)
[ok]: EXEC fail on WATCHed key modified (1 key of 5 watched)
[ok]: EXEC fail on WATCHed key modified by SORT with STORE even if the result is empty
[ok]: After successful EXEC key is no longer watched
[ok]: After failed EXEC key is no longer watched
[ok]: It is possible to UNWATCH
[ok]: UNWATCH when there is nothing watched works as expected
[ok]: FLUSHALL is able to touch the watched keys
[ok]: FLUSHALL does not touch non affected keys
[ok]: FLUSHDB is able to touch the watched keys
[ok]: FLUSHDB does not touch non affected keys
[ok]: WATCH is able to remember the DB a key belongs to
[ok]: WATCH will consider touched keys target of EXPIRE
[ok]: WATCH will not consider touched expired keys
[ok]: DISCARD should clear the WATCH dirty flag on the client
[ok]: DISCARD should UNWATCH all the keys
[ok]: MULTI / EXEC is propagated correctly (single write command)
[ok]: MULTI / EXEC is propagated correctly (empty transaction)
[ok]: MULTI / EXEC is propagated correctly (read-only commands)
[ok]: MULTI / EXEC is propagated correctly (write command, no effect)
[18/46 done]: unit/multi (4 seconds)
Testing unit/quit
[ok]: QUIT returns OK
[ok]: Pipelined commands after QUIT must not be executed
[ok]: Pipelined commands after QUIT that exceed read buffer size
[19/46 done]: unit/quit (3 seconds)
Testing unit/aofrw
[ok]: AOF rewrite during write load: RDB preamble=yes
[ok]: AOF rewrite during write load: RDB preamble=no
[ok]: Turning off AOF kills the background writing child if any
[ok]: AOF rewrite of list with quicklist encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of list with quicklist encoding, int data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of set with intset encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of set with hashtable encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of set with intset encoding, int data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of set with hashtable encoding, int data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of hash with ziplist encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of hash with hashtable encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of hash with ziplist encoding, int data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of hash with hashtable encoding, int data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of zset with ziplist encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of zset with skiplist encoding, string data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of zset with ziplist encoding, int data
[ok]: AOF rewrite of zset with skiplist encoding, int data
[ok]: BGREWRITEAOF is delayed if BGSAVE is in progress
[ok]: BGREWRITEAOF is refused if already in progress
[err]: Valgrind error: ==12655== Memcheck, a memory error detector
==12655== Copyright (C) 2002-2015, and GNU GPL'd, by Julian Seward et al.
==12655== Using Valgrind-3.11.0 and LibVEX; rerun with -h for copyright info
==12655== Command: src/redis-server ./tests/tmp/redis.conf.11423.70
==12655== 
==12663== 
==12663== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12663==     in use at exit: 458,031 bytes in 11,716 blocks
==12663==   total heap usage: 12,345 allocs, 629 frees, 597,399 bytes allocated
==12663== 
==12663== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12663==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12663==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12663==      possibly lost: 46,825 bytes in 493 blocks
==12663==    still reachable: 411,206 bytes in 11,223 blocks
==12663==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12663==                         length64           : 371,707 bytes in 10,740 blocks
==12663==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12663== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12663== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12663== 
==12663== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12663== ERROR SUMMARY: 49 errors from 49 contexts (suppressed: 0 from 0)
==12664== 
==12664== Process terminating with default action of signal 10 (SIGUSR1)
==12664==    at 0x565B02B: ??? (syscall-template.S:84)
==12664==    by 0x55DDACD: _IO_file_open (fileops.c:221)
==12664==    by 0x55DDD34: _IO_file_fopen@@GLIBC_2.2.5 (fileops.c:328)
==12664==    by 0x55D1D33: __fopen_internal (iofopen.c:86)
==12664==    by 0x46F9CA: rewriteAppendOnlyFile (aof.c:1158)
==12664==    by 0x470163: rewriteAppendOnlyFileBackground (aof.c:1352)
==12664==    by 0x4703D2: bgrewriteaofCommand (aof.c:1403)
==12664==    by 0x429E5F: call (server.c:2206)
==12664==    by 0x4720A1: execCommand (multi.c:161)
==12664==    by 0x429E5F: call (server.c:2206)
==12664==    by 0x42A9D2: processCommand (server.c:2486)
==12664==    by 0x43ADBE: processInputBuffer (networking.c:1330)
==12664== 
==12664== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12664==     in use at exit: 466,012 bytes in 11,753 blocks
==12664==   total heap usage: 12,425 allocs, 672 frees, 659,901 bytes allocated
==12664== 
==12664== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12664==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12664==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12664==      possibly lost: 46,912 bytes in 497 blocks
==12664==    still reachable: 419,100 bytes in 11,256 blocks
==12664==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12664==                         length64           : 379,049 bytes in 10,772 blocks
==12664==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12664== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12664== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12664== 
==12664== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12664== ERROR SUMMARY: 51 errors from 51 contexts (suppressed: 0 from 0)
==12666== 
==12666== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12666==     in use at exit: 475,438 bytes in 11,790 blocks
==12666==   total heap usage: 26,532 allocs, 14,742 frees, 4,919,542 bytes allocated
==12666== 
==12666== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12666==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12666==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12666==      possibly lost: 47,122 bytes in 509 blocks
==12666==    still reachable: 428,316 bytes in 11,281 blocks
==12666==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12666==                         length64           : 388,817 bytes in 10,798 blocks
==12666==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12666== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12666== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12666== 
==12666== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12666== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 69 from 2)
==12667== 
==12667== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12667==     in use at exit: 474,071 bytes in 11,809 blocks
==12667==   total heap usage: 45,872 allocs, 34,063 frees, 13,384,661 bytes allocated
==12667== 
==12667== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12667==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12667==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12667==      possibly lost: 47,233 bytes in 515 blocks
==12667==    still reachable: 426,838 bytes in 11,294 blocks
==12667==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12667==                         length64           : 387,339 bytes in 10,811 blocks
==12667==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12667== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12667== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12667== 
==12667== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12667== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 104 from 2)
==12668== 
==12668== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12668==     in use at exit: 467,640 bytes in 11,850 blocks
==12668==   total heap usage: 51,343 allocs, 39,493 frees, 17,520,873 bytes allocated
==12668== 
==12668== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12668==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12668==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12668==      possibly lost: 47,515 bytes in 531 blocks
==12668==    still reachable: 420,125 bytes in 11,319 blocks
==12668==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12668==                         length64           : 380,626 bytes in 10,836 blocks
==12668==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12668== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12668== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12668== 
==12668== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12668== ERROR SUMMARY: 56 errors from 56 contexts (suppressed: 139 from 2)
==12669== 
==12669== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12669==     in use at exit: 521,303 bytes in 13,652 blocks
==12669==   total heap usage: 65,614 allocs, 51,962 frees, 18,221,551 bytes allocated
==12669== 
==12669== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12669==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12669==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12669==      possibly lost: 64,263 bytes in 1,431 blocks
==12669==    still reachable: 457,040 bytes in 12,221 blocks
==12669==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12669==                         length64           : 417,541 bytes in 11,738 blocks
==12669==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12669== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12669== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12669== 
==12669== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12669== ERROR SUMMARY: 56 errors from 56 contexts (suppressed: 174 from 2)
==12670== 
==12670== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12670==     in use at exit: 467,791 bytes in 11,855 blocks
==12670==   total heap usage: 70,606 allocs, 58,751 frees, 18,472,724 bytes allocated
==12670== 
==12670== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12670==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12670==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12670==      possibly lost: 47,492 bytes in 529 blocks
==12670==    still reachable: 420,299 bytes in 11,326 blocks
==12670==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12670==                         length64           : 380,800 bytes in 10,843 blocks
==12670==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12670== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12670== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12670== 
==12670== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12670== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 209 from 2)
==12671== 
==12671== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12671==     in use at exit: 528,217 bytes in 13,871 blocks
==12671==   total heap usage: 86,307 allocs, 72,436 frees, 20,289,617 bytes allocated
==12671== 
==12671== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12671==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12671==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12671==      possibly lost: 67,294 bytes in 1,533 blocks
==12671==    still reachable: 460,923 bytes in 12,338 blocks
==12671==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12671==                         length64           : 421,424 bytes in 11,855 blocks
==12671==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12671== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12671== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12671== 
==12671== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12671== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 244 from 2)
==12672== 
==12672== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12672==     in use at exit: 469,258 bytes in 11,897 blocks
==12672==   total heap usage: 92,318 allocs, 80,421 frees, 21,645,694 bytes allocated
==12672== 
==12672== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12672==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12672==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12672==      possibly lost: 47,714 bytes in 541 blocks
==12672==    still reachable: 421,544 bytes in 11,356 blocks
==12672==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12672==                         length64           : 382,045 bytes in 10,873 blocks
==12672==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12672== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12672== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12672== 
==12672== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12672== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 279 from 2)
==12673== 
==12673== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12673==     in use at exit: 541,943 bytes in 14,683 blocks
==12673==   total heap usage: 111,307 allocs, 96,624 frees, 28,745,090 bytes allocated
==12673== 
==12673== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12673==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12673==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12673==      possibly lost: 82,320 bytes in 2,391 blocks
==12673==    still reachable: 459,623 bytes in 12,292 blocks
==12673==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12673==                         length64           : 420,124 bytes in 11,809 blocks
==12673==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12673== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12673== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12673== 
==12673== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12673== ERROR SUMMARY: 62 errors from 62 contexts (suppressed: 314 from 2)
==12674== 
==12674== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12674==     in use at exit: 470,384 bytes in 11,933 blocks
==12674==   total heap usage: 121,126 allocs, 109,193 frees, 34,860,209 bytes allocated
==12674== 
==12674== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12674==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12674==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12674==      possibly lost: 47,899 bytes in 551 blocks
==12674==    still reachable: 422,485 bytes in 11,382 blocks
==12674==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12674==                         length64           : 382,986 bytes in 10,899 blocks
==12674==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12674== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12674== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12674== 
==12674== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12674== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 349 from 2)
==12675== 
==12675== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12675==     in use at exit: 550,529 bytes in 14,950 blocks
==12675==   total heap usage: 140,397 allocs, 125,447 frees, 39,971,724 bytes allocated
==12675== 
==12675== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12675==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12675==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12675==      possibly lost: 87,457 bytes in 2,555 blocks
==12675==    still reachable: 463,072 bytes in 12,395 blocks
==12675==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12675==                         length64           : 423,573 bytes in 11,912 blocks
==12675==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12675== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12675== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12675== 
==12675== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12675== ERROR SUMMARY: 59 errors from 59 contexts (suppressed: 384 from 2)
==12676== 
==12676== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12676==     in use at exit: 472,197 bytes in 11,985 blocks
==12676==   total heap usage: 150,927 allocs, 138,942 frees, 44,561,312 bytes allocated
==12676== 
==12676== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12676==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12676==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12676==      possibly lost: 48,158 bytes in 565 blocks
==12676==    still reachable: 424,039 bytes in 11,420 blocks
==12676==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12676==                         length64           : 384,540 bytes in 10,937 blocks
==12676==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12676== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12676== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12676== 
==12676== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12676== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 419 from 2)
==12677== 
==12677== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12677==     in use at exit: 577,157 bytes in 14,765 blocks
==12677==   total heap usage: 168,270 allocs, 153,505 frees, 46,127,888 bytes allocated
==12677== 
==12677== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12677==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12677==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12677==      possibly lost: 65,089 bytes in 1,488 blocks
==12677==    still reachable: 512,068 bytes in 13,277 blocks
==12677==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12677==                         length64           : 472,569 bytes in 12,794 blocks
==12677==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12677== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12677== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12677== 
==12677== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12677== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 454 from 2)
==12678== 
==12678== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12678==     in use at exit: 473,705 bytes in 12,030 blocks
==12678==   total heap usage: 175,441 allocs, 163,411 frees, 47,036,965 bytes allocated
==12678== 
==12678== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12678==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12678==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12678==      possibly lost: 48,380 bytes in 577 blocks
==12678==    still reachable: 425,325 bytes in 11,453 blocks
==12678==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12678==                         length64           : 385,826 bytes in 10,970 blocks
==12678==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12678== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12678== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12678== 
==12678== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12678== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 489 from 2)
==12679== 
==12679== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12679==     in use at exit: 588,150 bytes in 15,050 blocks
==12679==   total heap usage: 192,921 allocs, 177,871 frees, 48,464,232 bytes allocated
==12679== 
==12679== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12679==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12679==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12679==      possibly lost: 68,176 bytes in 1,581 blocks
==12679==    still reachable: 519,974 bytes in 13,469 blocks
==12679==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12679==                         length64           : 480,475 bytes in 12,986 blocks
==12679==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12679== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12679== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12679== 
==12679== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12679== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 524 from 2)
==12680== 
==12680== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12680==     in use at exit: 588,489 bytes in 15,078 blocks
==12680==   total heap usage: 200,512 allocs, 185,434 frees, 49,341,446 bytes allocated
==12680== 
==12680== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12680==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12680==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12680==      possibly lost: 68,275 bytes in 1,586 blocks
==12680==    still reachable: 520,214 bytes in 13,492 blocks
==12680==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12680==                         length64           : 480,715 bytes in 13,009 blocks
==12680==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12680== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12680== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12680== 
==12680== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12680== ERROR SUMMARY: 56 errors from 56 contexts (suppressed: 524 from 2)
==12655== 
==12655== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12655==     in use at exit: 589,151 bytes in 15,077 blocks
==12655==   total heap usage: 200,588 allocs, 185,511 frees, 49,479,030 bytes allocated
==12655== 
==12655== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12655==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12655==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12655==      possibly lost: 69,128 bytes in 1,591 blocks
==12655==    still reachable: 520,023 bytes in 13,486 blocks
==12655==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12655==                         length64           : 480,524 bytes in 13,003 blocks
==12655==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12655== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12655== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12655== 
==12655== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12655== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 593 from 2)


[20/46 done]: unit/aofrw (139 seconds)
Testing integration/replication
[ok]: Slave enters handshake
[ok]: Slave is able to detect timeout during handshake
[ok]: Set instance A as slave of B
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH replication, when blocking against empty list
[ok]: BRPOPLPUSH replication, list exists
[ok]: BLPOP followed by role change, issue #2473
[ok]: Second server should have role master at first
[ok]: SLAVEOF should start with link status "down"
[ok]: The role should immediately be changed to "slave"
[ok]: Sync should have transferred keys from master
[ok]: The link status should be up
[ok]: SET on the master should immediately propagate
[ok]: FLUSHALL should replicate
[ok]: ROLE in master reports master with a slave
[ok]: ROLE in slave reports slave in connected state
[ok]: Connect multiple slaves at the same time (issue #141), diskless=no
[ok]: Connect multiple slaves at the same time (issue #141), diskless=yes
Waiting for process 13348 to exit...
Waiting for process 13339 to exit...
Waiting for process 13330 to exit...
Waiting for process 13316 to exit...
[21/46 done]: integration/replication (301 seconds)
Testing integration/replication-2
[ok]: First server should have role slave after SLAVEOF
[ok]: If min-slaves-to-write is honored, write is accepted
[ok]: No write if min-slaves-to-write is < attached slaves
[ok]: If min-slaves-to-write is honored, write is accepted (again)
[ok]: No write if min-slaves-max-lag is > of the slave lag
[ok]: min-slaves-to-write is ignored by slaves
[ok]: MASTER and SLAVE dataset should be identical after complex ops
Waiting for process 13819 to exit...
Waiting for process 13819 to exit...
Waiting for process 13810 to exit...
Waiting for process 13810 to exit...
[22/46 done]: integration/replication-2 (68 seconds)
Testing integration/replication-3
[ok]: First server should have role slave after SLAVEOF
[ok]: MASTER and SLAVE consistency with expire
[ok]: Slave is able to evict keys created in writable slaves
Waiting for process 14341 to exit...
Waiting for process 14332 to exit...
[ok]: First server should have role slave after SLAVEOF
[ok]: MASTER and SLAVE consistency with EVALSHA replication
Waiting for process 14649 to exit...
[23/46 done]: integration/replication-3 (300 seconds)
Testing integration/replication-4
[ok]: First server should have role slave after SLAVEOF
[ok]: Test replication with parallel clients writing in differnet DBs
[ok]: First server should have role slave after SLAVEOF
[ok]: With min-slaves-to-write (1,3): master should be writable
[ok]: With min-slaves-to-write (2,3): master should not be writable
[ok]: With min-slaves-to-write: master not writable with lagged slave
[ok]: First server should have role slave after SLAVEOF
[ok]: Replication: commands with many arguments (issue #1221)
[ok]: Replication of SPOP command -- alsoPropagate() API
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
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Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15175 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
Waiting for process 15166 to exit...
[24/46 done]: integration/replication-4 (403 seconds)
Testing integration/replication-psync
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: no reconnection, just sync (diskless: no, reconnect: 0)
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: ok psync (diskless: no, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 19653 to exit...
Waiting for process 19644 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: no backlog (diskless: no, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 19932 to exit...
Waiting for process 19923 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: ok after delay (diskless: no, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 20264 to exit...
Waiting for process 20255 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: backlog expired (diskless: no, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 20633 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: no reconnection, just sync (diskless: yes, reconnect: 0)
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: ok psync (diskless: yes, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 21043 to exit...
Waiting for process 21034 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: no backlog (diskless: yes, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 21305 to exit...
Waiting for process 21296 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: ok after delay (diskless: yes, reconnect: 1)
Waiting for process 21673 to exit...
Waiting for process 21664 to exit...
[ok]: Slave should be able to synchronize with the master
[ok]: Detect write load to master
[ok]: Test replication partial resync: backlog expired (diskless: yes, reconnect: 1)
[25/46 done]: integration/replication-psync (350 seconds)
Testing integration/aof
[ok]: Unfinished MULTI: Server should start if load-truncated is yes
[ok]: Short read: Server should start if load-truncated is yes
[ok]: Truncated AOF loaded: we expect foo to be equal to 5
[ok]: Append a new command after loading an incomplete AOF
[ok]: Short read + command: Server should start
[ok]: Truncated AOF loaded: we expect foo to be equal to 6 now
[ok]: Bad format: Server should have logged an error
[ok]: Unfinished MULTI: Server should have logged an error
[ok]: Short read: Server should have logged an error
[ok]: Short read: Utility should confirm the AOF is not valid
[ok]: Short read: Utility should be able to fix the AOF
[ok]: Fixed AOF: Server should have been started
[ok]: Fixed AOF: Keyspace should contain values that were parseable
[ok]: AOF+SPOP: Server should have been started
[ok]: AOF+SPOP: Set should have 1 member
[ok]: AOF+SPOP: Server should have been started
[ok]: AOF+SPOP: Set should have 1 member
[ok]: AOF+EXPIRE: Server should have been started
[ok]: AOF+EXPIRE: List should be empty
[ok]: Redis should not try to convert DEL into EXPIREAT for EXPIRE -1
[26/46 done]: integration/aof (25 seconds)
Testing integration/rdb
[ok]: RDB encoding loading test
[ok]: Server started empty with non-existing RDB file
[ok]: Server started empty with empty RDB file
[ok]: Server should not start if RDB is corrupted
[27/46 done]: integration/rdb (9 seconds)
Testing integration/convert-zipmap-hash-on-load
[ok]: RDB load zipmap hash: converts to ziplist
[ok]: RDB load zipmap hash: converts to hash table when hash-max-ziplist-entries is exceeded
[ok]: RDB load zipmap hash: converts to hash table when hash-max-ziplist-value is exceeded
[28/46 done]: integration/convert-zipmap-hash-on-load (8 seconds)
Testing integration/logging
[ok]: Server is able to generate a stack trace on selected systems
[29/46 done]: integration/logging (2 seconds)
Testing integration/psync2
[ok]: PSYNC2: --- CYCLE 1 ---
[ok]: PSYNC2: [NEW LAYOUT] Set #4 as master
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #1 to replicate from #4
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #0 to replicate from #4
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #2 to replicate from #4
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #3 to replicate from #2
[ok]: PSYNC2: cluster is consistent after failover
[ok]: PSYNC2: generate load while killing replication links
[ok]: PSYNC2: cluster is consistent after load (x = 7004)
[ok]: PSYNC2: total sum of full synchronizations is exactly 4
[ok]: PSYNC2: --- CYCLE 2 ---
[ok]: PSYNC2: [NEW LAYOUT] Set #3 as master
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #0 to replicate from #3
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #2 to replicate from #0
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #1 to replicate from #0
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #4 to replicate from #0
[ok]: PSYNC2: cluster is consistent after failover
[ok]: PSYNC2: generate load while killing replication links
[ok]: PSYNC2: cluster is consistent after load (x = 14310)
[ok]: PSYNC2: total sum of full synchronizations is exactly 4
[ok]: PSYNC2: --- CYCLE 3 ---
[ok]: PSYNC2: [NEW LAYOUT] Set #4 as master
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #2 to replicate from #4
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #1 to replicate from #2
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #0 to replicate from #1
[ok]: PSYNC2: Set #3 to replicate from #0
[ok]: PSYNC2: cluster is consistent after failover
[ok]: PSYNC2: generate load while killing replication links
[ok]: PSYNC2: cluster is consistent after load (x = 22584)
[ok]: PSYNC2: total sum of full synchronizations is exactly 4
[ok]: PSYNC2: Bring the master back again for next test
[ok]: PSYNC2: Partial resync after restart using RDB aux fields
[err]: Valgrind error: ==22936== Memcheck, a memory error detector
==22936== Copyright (C) 2002-2015, and GNU GPL'd, by Julian Seward et al.
==22936== Using Valgrind-3.11.0 and LibVEX; rerun with -h for copyright info
==22936== Command: src/redis-server ./tests/tmp/redis.conf.11423.215
==22936== 
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1024 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1025 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1026 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1027 in syscall close()
==22936==    Use --log-fd= to select an alternative log fd.
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1028 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1029 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1030 in syscall close()


[30/46 done]: integration/psync2 (38 seconds)
Testing integration/psync2-reg
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: setup
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill first slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill first slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill first slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill chained slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill first slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: kill first slave
[ok]: PSYNC2 #3899 regression: verify consistency
[31/46 done]: integration/psync2-reg (34 seconds)
Testing unit/pubsub
[ok]: Pub/Sub PING
[ok]: PUBLISH/SUBSCRIBE basics
[ok]: PUBLISH/SUBSCRIBE with two clients
[ok]: PUBLISH/SUBSCRIBE after UNSUBSCRIBE without arguments
[ok]: SUBSCRIBE to one channel more than once
[ok]: UNSUBSCRIBE from non-subscribed channels
[ok]: PUBLISH/PSUBSCRIBE basics
[ok]: PUBLISH/PSUBSCRIBE with two clients
[ok]: PUBLISH/PSUBSCRIBE after PUNSUBSCRIBE without arguments
[ok]: PUNSUBSCRIBE from non-subscribed channels
[ok]: NUMSUB returns numbers, not strings (#1561)
[ok]: Mix SUBSCRIBE and PSUBSCRIBE
[ok]: PUNSUBSCRIBE and UNSUBSCRIBE should always reply
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: we receive keyspace notifications
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: we receive keyevent notifications
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: we can receive both kind of events
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: we are able to mask events
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: general events test
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: list events test
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: set events test
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: zset events test
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: hash events test
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: expired events (triggered expire)
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: expired events (background expire)
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: evicted events
[ok]: Keyspace notifications: test CONFIG GET/SET of event flags
[32/46 done]: unit/pubsub (3 seconds)
Testing unit/slowlog
[ok]: SLOWLOG - check that it starts with an empty log
[ok]: SLOWLOG - only logs commands taking more time than specified
[ok]: SLOWLOG - max entries is correctly handled
[ok]: SLOWLOG - GET optional argument to limit output len works
[ok]: SLOWLOG - RESET subcommand works
[ok]: SLOWLOG - logged entry sanity check
[ok]: SLOWLOG - commands with too many arguments are trimmed
[ok]: SLOWLOG - too long arguments are trimmed
[ok]: SLOWLOG - EXEC is not logged, just executed commands
[ok]: SLOWLOG - can clean older entires
[33/46 done]: unit/slowlog (4 seconds)
Testing unit/scripting
[ok]: EVAL - Does Lua interpreter replies to our requests?
[ok]: EVAL - Lua integer -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Lua string -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Lua true boolean -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Lua false boolean -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Lua status code reply -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Lua error reply -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Lua table -> Redis protocol type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Are the KEYS and ARGV arrays populated correctly?
[ok]: EVAL - is Lua able to call Redis API?
[ok]: EVALSHA - Can we call a SHA1 if already defined?
[ok]: EVALSHA - Can we call a SHA1 in uppercase?
[ok]: EVALSHA - Do we get an error on invalid SHA1?
[ok]: EVALSHA - Do we get an error on non defined SHA1?
[ok]: EVAL - Redis integer -> Lua type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Redis bulk -> Lua type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Redis multi bulk -> Lua type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Redis status reply -> Lua type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Redis error reply -> Lua type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Redis nil bulk reply -> Lua type conversion
[ok]: EVAL - Is the Lua client using the currently selected DB?
[ok]: EVAL - SELECT inside Lua should not affect the caller
[ok]: EVAL - Scripts can't run certain commands
[ok]: EVAL - Scripts can't run certain commands
[ok]: EVAL - No arguments to redis.call/pcall is considered an error
[ok]: EVAL - redis.call variant raises a Lua error on Redis cmd error (1)
[ok]: EVAL - redis.call variant raises a Lua error on Redis cmd error (1)
[ok]: EVAL - redis.call variant raises a Lua error on Redis cmd error (1)
[ok]: EVAL - JSON numeric decoding
[ok]: EVAL - JSON string decoding
[ok]: EVAL - cmsgpack can pack double?
[ok]: EVAL - cmsgpack can pack negative int64?
[ok]: EVAL - cmsgpack can pack and unpack circular references?
[ok]: EVAL - Numerical sanity check from bitop
[ok]: EVAL - Verify minimal bitop functionality
[ok]: EVAL - Able to parse trailing comments
[ok]: SCRIPTING FLUSH - is able to clear the scripts cache?
[ok]: SCRIPT EXISTS - can detect already defined scripts?
[ok]: SCRIPT LOAD - is able to register scripts in the scripting cache
[ok]: In the context of Lua the output of random commands gets ordered
[ok]: SORT is normally not alpha re-ordered for the scripting engine
[ok]: SORT BY  output gets ordered for scripting
[ok]: SORT BY  with GET gets ordered for scripting
[ok]: redis.sha1hex() implementation
[ok]: Globals protection reading an undeclared global variable
[ok]: Globals protection setting an undeclared global*
[ok]: Test an example script DECR_IF_GT
[ok]: Scripting engine resets PRNG at every script execution
[ok]: Scripting engine PRNG can be seeded correctly
[ok]: EVAL does not leak in the Lua stack
[ok]: EVAL processes writes from AOF in read-only slaves
[ok]: We can call scripts rewriting client->argv from Lua
[ok]: Call Redis command with many args from Lua (issue #1764)
[ok]: Number conversion precision test (issue #1118)
[ok]: String containing number precision test (regression of issue #1118)
[ok]: Verify negative arg count is error instead of crash (issue #1842)
[ok]: Correct handling of reused argv (issue #1939)
[ok]: Functions in the Redis namespace are able to report errors
[ok]: Timedout read-only scripts can be killed by SCRIPT KILL
[ok]: Timedout script link is still usable after Lua returns
[ok]: Timedout scripts that modified data can't be killed by SCRIPT KILL
[ok]: SHUTDOWN NOSAVE can kill a timedout script anyway
[ok]: Before the slave connects we issue two EVAL commands (scripts replication)
[ok]: Connect a slave to the master instance (scripts replication)
[ok]: Now use EVALSHA against the master, with both SHAs (scripts replication)
[ok]: If EVALSHA was replicated as EVAL, 'x' should be '4' (scripts replication)
[ok]: Replication of script multiple pushes to list with BLPOP (scripts replication)
[ok]: EVALSHA replication when first call is readonly (scripts replication)
[ok]: Lua scripts using SELECT are replicated correctly (scripts replication)
[ok]: Before the slave connects we issue two EVAL commands (commmands replication)
[ok]: Connect a slave to the master instance (commmands replication)
[ok]: Now use EVALSHA against the master, with both SHAs (commmands replication)
[ok]: If EVALSHA was replicated as EVAL, 'x' should be '4' (commmands replication)
[ok]: Replication of script multiple pushes to list with BLPOP (commmands replication)
[ok]: EVALSHA replication when first call is readonly (commmands replication)
[ok]: Lua scripts using SELECT are replicated correctly (commmands replication)
[ok]: Connect a slave to the master instance
[ok]: Redis.replicate_commands() must be issued before any write
[ok]: Redis.replicate_commands() must be issued before any write (2)
[ok]: Redis.set_repl() must be issued after replicate_commands()
[ok]: Redis.set_repl() don't accept invalid values
[ok]: Test selective replication of certain Redis commands from Lua
[ok]: PRNG is seeded randomly for command replication
[ok]: Using side effects is not a problem with command replication
[34/46 done]: unit/scripting (43 seconds)
Testing unit/maxmemory
[ok]: Without maxmemory small integers are shared
[ok]: With maxmemory and non-LRU policy integers are still shared
[ok]: With maxmemory and LRU policy integers are not shared
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy allkeys-random)
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy allkeys-lru)
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy allkeys-lfu)
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy volatile-lru)
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy volatile-lfu)
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy volatile-random)
[ok]: maxmemory - is the memory limit honoured? (policy volatile-ttl)
[ok]: maxmemory - only allkeys-* should remove non-volatile keys (allkeys-random)
[ok]: maxmemory - only allkeys-* should remove non-volatile keys (allkeys-lru)
[ok]: maxmemory - only allkeys-* should remove non-volatile keys (volatile-lru)
[ok]: maxmemory - only allkeys-* should remove non-volatile keys (volatile-random)
[ok]: maxmemory - only allkeys-* should remove non-volatile keys (volatile-ttl)
[ok]: maxmemory - policy volatile-lru should only remove volatile keys.
[ok]: maxmemory - policy volatile-lfu should only remove volatile keys.
[ok]: maxmemory - policy volatile-random should only remove volatile keys.
[ok]: maxmemory - policy volatile-ttl should only remove volatile keys.
[35/46 done]: unit/maxmemory (49 seconds)
Testing unit/introspection
[ok]: CLIENT LIST
[ok]: MONITOR can log executed commands
[ok]: MONITOR can log commands issued by the scripting engine
[ok]: CLIENT GETNAME should return NIL if name is not assigned
[ok]: CLIENT LIST shows empty fields for unassigned names
[ok]: CLIENT SETNAME does not accept spaces
[ok]: CLIENT SETNAME can assign a name to this connection
[ok]: CLIENT SETNAME can change the name of an existing connection
[ok]: After CLIENT SETNAME, connection can still be closed
[36/46 done]: unit/introspection (3 seconds)
Testing unit/introspection-2
[ok]: TTL and TYPYE do not alter the last access time of a key
[ok]: TOUCH alters the last access time of a key
[ok]: TOUCH returns the number of existing keys specified
[37/46 done]: unit/introspection-2 (8 seconds)
Testing unit/limits
[ok]: Check if maxclients works refusing connections
[38/46 done]: unit/limits (3 seconds)
Testing unit/obuf-limits
[ok]: Client output buffer hard limit is enforced
[ok]: Client output buffer soft limit is not enforced if time is not overreached
[ok]: Client output buffer soft limit is enforced if time is overreached
[39/46 done]: unit/obuf-limits (350 seconds)
Testing unit/bitops
[ok]: BITCOUNT returns 0 against non existing key
[ok]: BITCOUNT returns 0 with out of range indexes
[ok]: BITCOUNT returns 0 with negative indexes where start > end
[ok]: BITCOUNT against test vector #1
[ok]: BITCOUNT against test vector #2
[ok]: BITCOUNT against test vector #3
[ok]: BITCOUNT against test vector #4
[ok]: BITCOUNT against test vector #5
[ok]: BITCOUNT fuzzing without start/end
[ok]: BITCOUNT fuzzing with start/end
[ok]: BITCOUNT with start, end
[ok]: BITCOUNT syntax error #1
[ok]: BITCOUNT regression test for github issue #582
[ok]: BITCOUNT misaligned prefix
[ok]: BITCOUNT misaligned prefix + full words + remainder
[ok]: BITOP NOT (empty string)
[ok]: BITOP NOT (known string)
[ok]: BITOP where dest and target are the same key
[ok]: BITOP AND|OR|XOR don't change the string with single input key
[ok]: BITOP missing key is considered a stream of zero
[ok]: BITOP shorter keys are zero-padded to the key with max length
[ok]: BITOP and fuzzing
[ok]: BITOP or fuzzing
[ok]: BITOP xor fuzzing
[ok]: BITOP NOT fuzzing
[ok]: BITOP with integer encoded source objects
[ok]: BITOP with non string source key
[ok]: BITOP with empty string after non empty string (issue #529)
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 with empty key returns 0
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 with empty key returns -1
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 with string less than 1 word works
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 with string less than 1 word works
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 starting at unaligned address
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 starting at unaligned address
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 unaligned+full word+reminder
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 unaligned+full word+reminder
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 returns -1 if string is all 0 bits
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 works with intervals
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 works with intervals
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 changes behavior if end is given
[ok]: BITPOS bit=1 fuzzy testing using SETBIT
[ok]: BITPOS bit=0 fuzzy testing using SETBIT
[40/46 done]: unit/bitops (7 seconds)
Testing unit/bitfield
[ok]: BITFIELD signed SET and GET basics
[ok]: BITFIELD unsigned SET and GET basics
[ok]: BITFIELD # form
[ok]: BITFIELD basic INCRBY form
[ok]: BITFIELD chaining of multiple commands
[ok]: BITFIELD unsigned overflow wrap
[ok]: BITFIELD unsigned overflow sat
[ok]: BITFIELD signed overflow wrap
[ok]: BITFIELD signed overflow sat
[ok]: BITFIELD overflow detection fuzzing
[ok]: BITFIELD overflow wrap fuzzing
[ok]: BITFIELD regression for #3221
[ok]: BITFIELD regression for #3564
[41/46 done]: unit/bitfield (6 seconds)
Testing unit/geo
[ok]: GEOADD create
[ok]: GEOADD update
[ok]: GEOADD invalid coordinates
[ok]: GEOADD multi add
[ok]: Check geoset values
[ok]: GEORADIUS simple (sorted)
[ok]: GEORADIUS withdist (sorted)
[ok]: GEORADIUS with COUNT
[ok]: GEORADIUS with COUNT but missing integer argument
[ok]: GEORADIUS with COUNT DESC
[ok]: GEORADIUS HUGE, issue #2767
[ok]: GEORADIUSBYMEMBER simple (sorted)
[ok]: GEORADIUSBYMEMBER withdist (sorted)
[ok]: GEOHASH is able to return geohash strings
[ok]: GEOPOS simple
[ok]: GEOPOS missing element
[ok]: GEODIST simple & unit
[ok]: GEODIST missing elements
[ok]: GEORADIUS STORE option: syntax error
[ok]: GEORANGE STORE option: incompatible options
[ok]: GEORANGE STORE option: plain usage
[ok]: GEORANGE STOREDIST option: plain usage
[ok]: GEORANGE STOREDIST option: COUNT ASC and DESC
[ok]: GEOADD + GEORANGE randomized test
[42/46 done]: unit/geo (145 seconds)
Testing unit/memefficiency
[ok]: Memory efficiency with values in range 32
[ok]: Memory efficiency with values in range 64
[ok]: Memory efficiency with values in range 128
[ok]: Memory efficiency with values in range 1024
[ok]: Memory efficiency with values in range 16384
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[43/46 done]: unit/memefficiency (49 seconds)
Testing unit/hyperloglog
[ok]: HyperLogLog self test passes
[ok]: PFADD without arguments creates an HLL value
[ok]: Approximated cardinality after creation is zero
[ok]: PFADD returns 1 when at least 1 reg was modified
[ok]: PFADD returns 0 when no reg was modified
[ok]: PFADD works with empty string (regression)
[ok]: PFCOUNT returns approximated cardinality of set
[ok]: HyperLogLogs are promote from sparse to dense
[ok]: HyperLogLog sparse encoding stress test
[ok]: Corrupted sparse HyperLogLogs are detected: Additionl at tail
[ok]: Corrupted sparse HyperLogLogs are detected: Broken magic
[ok]: Corrupted sparse HyperLogLogs are detected: Invalid encoding
[ok]: Corrupted dense HyperLogLogs are detected: Wrong length
[ok]: PFADD, PFCOUNT, PFMERGE type checking works
[ok]: PFMERGE results on the cardinality of union of sets
[ok]: PFCOUNT multiple-keys merge returns cardinality of union #1
[ok]: PFCOUNT multiple-keys merge returns cardinality of union #2
[ok]: PFDEBUG GETREG returns the HyperLogLog raw registers
[ok]: PFADD / PFCOUNT cache invalidation works
[44/46 done]: unit/hyperloglog (279 seconds)
Testing unit/lazyfree
[ok]: UNLINK can reclaim memory in background
[ok]: FLUSHDB ASYNC can reclaim memory in background
[45/46 done]: unit/lazyfree (13 seconds)
Testing unit/wait
[ok]: Setup slave
[ok]: WAIT should acknowledge 1 additional copy of the data
[ok]: WAIT should not acknowledge 2 additional copies of the data
[ok]: WAIT should not acknowledge 1 additional copy if slave is blocked
[46/46 done]: unit/wait (11 seconds)

                   The End

Execution time of different units:
  2 seconds - unit/printver
  132 seconds - unit/dump
  5 seconds - unit/auth
  5 seconds - unit/protocol
  4 seconds - unit/keyspace
  5 seconds - unit/scan
  30 seconds - unit/type/string
  3 seconds - unit/type/incr
  19 seconds - unit/type/list
  83 seconds - unit/type/list-2
  135 seconds - unit/type/list-3
  38 seconds - unit/type/set
  75 seconds - unit/type/zset
  22 seconds - unit/type/hash
  52 seconds - unit/sort
  17 seconds - unit/expire
  139 seconds - unit/other
  4 seconds - unit/multi
  3 seconds - unit/quit
  139 seconds - unit/aofrw
  301 seconds - integration/replication
  68 seconds - integration/replication-2
  300 seconds - integration/replication-3
  403 seconds - integration/replication-4
  350 seconds - integration/replication-psync
  25 seconds - integration/aof
  9 seconds - integration/rdb
  8 seconds - integration/convert-zipmap-hash-on-load
  2 seconds - integration/logging
  38 seconds - integration/psync2
  34 seconds - integration/psync2-reg
  3 seconds - unit/pubsub
  4 seconds - unit/slowlog
  43 seconds - unit/scripting
  49 seconds - unit/maxmemory
  3 seconds - unit/introspection
  8 seconds - unit/introspection-2
  3 seconds - unit/limits
  350 seconds - unit/obuf-limits
  7 seconds - unit/bitops
  6 seconds - unit/bitfield
  145 seconds - unit/geo
  49 seconds - unit/memefficiency
  279 seconds - unit/hyperloglog
  13 seconds - unit/lazyfree
  11 seconds - unit/wait

!!! WARNING The following tests failed:

*** [err]: Valgrind error: ==12655== Memcheck, a memory error detector
==12655== Copyright (C) 2002-2015, and GNU GPL'd, by Julian Seward et al.
==12655== Using Valgrind-3.11.0 and LibVEX; rerun with -h for copyright info
==12655== Command: src/redis-server ./tests/tmp/redis.conf.11423.70
==12655== 
==12663== 
==12663== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12663==     in use at exit: 458,031 bytes in 11,716 blocks
==12663==   total heap usage: 12,345 allocs, 629 frees, 597,399 bytes allocated
==12663== 
==12663== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12663==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12663==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12663==      possibly lost: 46,825 bytes in 493 blocks
==12663==    still reachable: 411,206 bytes in 11,223 blocks
==12663==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12663==                         length64           : 371,707 bytes in 10,740 blocks
==12663==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12663== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12663== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12663== 
==12663== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12663== ERROR SUMMARY: 49 errors from 49 contexts (suppressed: 0 from 0)
==12664== 
==12664== Process terminating with default action of signal 10 (SIGUSR1)
==12664==    at 0x565B02B: ??? (syscall-template.S:84)
==12664==    by 0x55DDACD: _IO_file_open (fileops.c:221)
==12664==    by 0x55DDD34: _IO_file_fopen@@GLIBC_2.2.5 (fileops.c:328)
==12664==    by 0x55D1D33: __fopen_internal (iofopen.c:86)
==12664==    by 0x46F9CA: rewriteAppendOnlyFile (aof.c:1158)
==12664==    by 0x470163: rewriteAppendOnlyFileBackground (aof.c:1352)
==12664==    by 0x4703D2: bgrewriteaofCommand (aof.c:1403)
==12664==    by 0x429E5F: call (server.c:2206)
==12664==    by 0x4720A1: execCommand (multi.c:161)
==12664==    by 0x429E5F: call (server.c:2206)
==12664==    by 0x42A9D2: processCommand (server.c:2486)
==12664==    by 0x43ADBE: processInputBuffer (networking.c:1330)
==12664== 
==12664== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12664==     in use at exit: 466,012 bytes in 11,753 blocks
==12664==   total heap usage: 12,425 allocs, 672 frees, 659,901 bytes allocated
==12664== 
==12664== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12664==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12664==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12664==      possibly lost: 46,912 bytes in 497 blocks
==12664==    still reachable: 419,100 bytes in 11,256 blocks
==12664==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12664==                         length64           : 379,049 bytes in 10,772 blocks
==12664==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12664== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12664== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12664== 
==12664== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12664== ERROR SUMMARY: 51 errors from 51 contexts (suppressed: 0 from 0)
==12666== 
==12666== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12666==     in use at exit: 475,438 bytes in 11,790 blocks
==12666==   total heap usage: 26,532 allocs, 14,742 frees, 4,919,542 bytes allocated
==12666== 
==12666== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12666==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12666==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12666==      possibly lost: 47,122 bytes in 509 blocks
==12666==    still reachable: 428,316 bytes in 11,281 blocks
==12666==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12666==                         length64           : 388,817 bytes in 10,798 blocks
==12666==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12666== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12666== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12666== 
==12666== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12666== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 69 from 2)
==12667== 
==12667== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12667==     in use at exit: 474,071 bytes in 11,809 blocks
==12667==   total heap usage: 45,872 allocs, 34,063 frees, 13,384,661 bytes allocated
==12667== 
==12667== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12667==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12667==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12667==      possibly lost: 47,233 bytes in 515 blocks
==12667==    still reachable: 426,838 bytes in 11,294 blocks
==12667==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12667==                         length64           : 387,339 bytes in 10,811 blocks
==12667==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12667== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12667== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12667== 
==12667== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12667== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 104 from 2)
==12668== 
==12668== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12668==     in use at exit: 467,640 bytes in 11,850 blocks
==12668==   total heap usage: 51,343 allocs, 39,493 frees, 17,520,873 bytes allocated
==12668== 
==12668== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12668==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12668==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12668==      possibly lost: 47,515 bytes in 531 blocks
==12668==    still reachable: 420,125 bytes in 11,319 blocks
==12668==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12668==                         length64           : 380,626 bytes in 10,836 blocks
==12668==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12668== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12668== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12668== 
==12668== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12668== ERROR SUMMARY: 56 errors from 56 contexts (suppressed: 139 from 2)
==12669== 
==12669== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12669==     in use at exit: 521,303 bytes in 13,652 blocks
==12669==   total heap usage: 65,614 allocs, 51,962 frees, 18,221,551 bytes allocated
==12669== 
==12669== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12669==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12669==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12669==      possibly lost: 64,263 bytes in 1,431 blocks
==12669==    still reachable: 457,040 bytes in 12,221 blocks
==12669==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12669==                         length64           : 417,541 bytes in 11,738 blocks
==12669==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12669== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12669== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12669== 
==12669== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12669== ERROR SUMMARY: 56 errors from 56 contexts (suppressed: 174 from 2)
==12670== 
==12670== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12670==     in use at exit: 467,791 bytes in 11,855 blocks
==12670==   total heap usage: 70,606 allocs, 58,751 frees, 18,472,724 bytes allocated
==12670== 
==12670== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12670==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12670==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12670==      possibly lost: 47,492 bytes in 529 blocks
==12670==    still reachable: 420,299 bytes in 11,326 blocks
==12670==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12670==                         length64           : 380,800 bytes in 10,843 blocks
==12670==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12670== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12670== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12670== 
==12670== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12670== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 209 from 2)
==12671== 
==12671== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12671==     in use at exit: 528,217 bytes in 13,871 blocks
==12671==   total heap usage: 86,307 allocs, 72,436 frees, 20,289,617 bytes allocated
==12671== 
==12671== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12671==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12671==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12671==      possibly lost: 67,294 bytes in 1,533 blocks
==12671==    still reachable: 460,923 bytes in 12,338 blocks
==12671==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12671==                         length64           : 421,424 bytes in 11,855 blocks
==12671==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12671== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12671== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12671== 
==12671== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12671== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 244 from 2)
==12672== 
==12672== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12672==     in use at exit: 469,258 bytes in 11,897 blocks
==12672==   total heap usage: 92,318 allocs, 80,421 frees, 21,645,694 bytes allocated
==12672== 
==12672== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12672==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12672==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12672==      possibly lost: 47,714 bytes in 541 blocks
==12672==    still reachable: 421,544 bytes in 11,356 blocks
==12672==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12672==                         length64           : 382,045 bytes in 10,873 blocks
==12672==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12672== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12672== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12672== 
==12672== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12672== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 279 from 2)
==12673== 
==12673== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12673==     in use at exit: 541,943 bytes in 14,683 blocks
==12673==   total heap usage: 111,307 allocs, 96,624 frees, 28,745,090 bytes allocated
==12673== 
==12673== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12673==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12673==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12673==      possibly lost: 82,320 bytes in 2,391 blocks
==12673==    still reachable: 459,623 bytes in 12,292 blocks
==12673==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12673==                         length64           : 420,124 bytes in 11,809 blocks
==12673==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12673== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12673== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12673== 
==12673== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12673== ERROR SUMMARY: 62 errors from 62 contexts (suppressed: 314 from 2)
==12674== 
==12674== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12674==     in use at exit: 470,384 bytes in 11,933 blocks
==12674==   total heap usage: 121,126 allocs, 109,193 frees, 34,860,209 bytes allocated
==12674== 
==12674== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12674==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12674==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12674==      possibly lost: 47,899 bytes in 551 blocks
==12674==    still reachable: 422,485 bytes in 11,382 blocks
==12674==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12674==                         length64           : 382,986 bytes in 10,899 blocks
==12674==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12674== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12674== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12674== 
==12674== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12674== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 349 from 2)
==12675== 
==12675== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12675==     in use at exit: 550,529 bytes in 14,950 blocks
==12675==   total heap usage: 140,397 allocs, 125,447 frees, 39,971,724 bytes allocated
==12675== 
==12675== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12675==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12675==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12675==      possibly lost: 87,457 bytes in 2,555 blocks
==12675==    still reachable: 463,072 bytes in 12,395 blocks
==12675==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12675==                         length64           : 423,573 bytes in 11,912 blocks
==12675==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12675== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12675== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12675== 
==12675== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12675== ERROR SUMMARY: 59 errors from 59 contexts (suppressed: 384 from 2)
==12676== 
==12676== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12676==     in use at exit: 472,197 bytes in 11,985 blocks
==12676==   total heap usage: 150,927 allocs, 138,942 frees, 44,561,312 bytes allocated
==12676== 
==12676== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12676==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12676==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12676==      possibly lost: 48,158 bytes in 565 blocks
==12676==    still reachable: 424,039 bytes in 11,420 blocks
==12676==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12676==                         length64           : 384,540 bytes in 10,937 blocks
==12676==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12676== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12676== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12676== 
==12676== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12676== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 419 from 2)
==12677== 
==12677== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12677==     in use at exit: 577,157 bytes in 14,765 blocks
==12677==   total heap usage: 168,270 allocs, 153,505 frees, 46,127,888 bytes allocated
==12677== 
==12677== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12677==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12677==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12677==      possibly lost: 65,089 bytes in 1,488 blocks
==12677==    still reachable: 512,068 bytes in 13,277 blocks
==12677==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12677==                         length64           : 472,569 bytes in 12,794 blocks
==12677==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12677== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12677== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12677== 
==12677== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12677== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 454 from 2)
==12678== 
==12678== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12678==     in use at exit: 473,705 bytes in 12,030 blocks
==12678==   total heap usage: 175,441 allocs, 163,411 frees, 47,036,965 bytes allocated
==12678== 
==12678== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12678==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12678==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12678==      possibly lost: 48,380 bytes in 577 blocks
==12678==    still reachable: 425,325 bytes in 11,453 blocks
==12678==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12678==                         length64           : 385,826 bytes in 10,970 blocks
==12678==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12678== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12678== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12678== 
==12678== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12678== ERROR SUMMARY: 55 errors from 55 contexts (suppressed: 489 from 2)
==12679== 
==12679== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12679==     in use at exit: 588,150 bytes in 15,050 blocks
==12679==   total heap usage: 192,921 allocs, 177,871 frees, 48,464,232 bytes allocated
==12679== 
==12679== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12679==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12679==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12679==      possibly lost: 68,176 bytes in 1,581 blocks
==12679==    still reachable: 519,974 bytes in 13,469 blocks
==12679==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12679==                         length64           : 480,475 bytes in 12,986 blocks
==12679==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12679== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12679== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12679== 
==12679== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12679== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 524 from 2)
==12680== 
==12680== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12680==     in use at exit: 588,489 bytes in 15,078 blocks
==12680==   total heap usage: 200,512 allocs, 185,434 frees, 49,341,446 bytes allocated
==12680== 
==12680== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12680==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12680==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12680==      possibly lost: 68,275 bytes in 1,586 blocks
==12680==    still reachable: 520,214 bytes in 13,492 blocks
==12680==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12680==                         length64           : 480,715 bytes in 13,009 blocks
==12680==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12680== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12680== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12680== 
==12680== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12680== ERROR SUMMARY: 56 errors from 56 contexts (suppressed: 524 from 2)
==12655== 
==12655== HEAP SUMMARY:
==12655==     in use at exit: 589,151 bytes in 15,077 blocks
==12655==   total heap usage: 200,588 allocs, 185,511 frees, 49,479,030 bytes allocated
==12655== 
==12655== LEAK SUMMARY:
==12655==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12655==    indirectly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12655==      possibly lost: 69,128 bytes in 1,591 blocks
==12655==    still reachable: 520,023 bytes in 13,486 blocks
==12655==                       of which reachable via heuristic:
==12655==                         length64           : 480,524 bytes in 13,003 blocks
==12655==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks
==12655== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==12655== To see them, rerun with: --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all
==12655== 
==12655== For counts of detected and suppressed errors, rerun with: -v
==12655== ERROR SUMMARY: 57 errors from 57 contexts (suppressed: 593 from 2)


*** [err]: Valgrind error: ==22936== Memcheck, a memory error detector
==22936== Copyright (C) 2002-2015, and GNU GPL'd, by Julian Seward et al.
==22936== Using Valgrind-3.11.0 and LibVEX; rerun with -h for copyright info
==22936== Command: src/redis-server ./tests/tmp/redis.conf.11423.215
==22936== 
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1024 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1025 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1026 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1027 in syscall close()
==22936==    Use --log-fd= to select an alternative log fd.
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1028 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1029 in syscall close()
==22936== Warning: invalid file descriptor 1030 in syscall close()


Cleanup: may take some time... OK
child process exited abnormally